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Thank you for visiting Airak Thai Massage website, a Traditional Thai Massage Shop in Yushima / Ueno / Okachimachi district. Yushima / Ueno / Okachimachi's Airak Thai Massage is a 5-minute walk from the north exit of "Okachimachi" station on the JR Yamanote line, 3-minute walk from A4 exit of "Ueno Hirokoji" station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza line, 3-minute walk from A4 Exit of "Ueno-okachimachi" Station on the Toei Oedo Line, 1 minute walk from Exit 4 of "Yushima" Station on the Chiyoda Line, and a 9-minute walk from "Naka-Okachimachi" Station on the Hibiya Line. We offer Traditional Thai Massage as well as Oil Massages by beautiful native Thai women. If you work, live or have shopping in the Okachimachi / Ueno / Yushima / Suehirocho area, please feel free to drop by. Get away from the stress and anxiety of everyday life and relax your body and mind with the Best Thai Massage in Tokyo / Ueno / Okachimachi.











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Traditional Thai Massage

One of the traditional techniques that has been handed down from ancient times in Thailand is a massage with a high relaxing effect that is performed with a slow rhythm. By stimulating the energy lines called "sen" that flow through the body with the fingers, elbows, knees, and soles, the effect of activating the body and enhancing the natural healing power can be obtained.

60min 6,000 JPY

90min 9,000 JPY

120min 12,000 JPY

Extend 30min 3,000 JPY


Airak Course

Our recommended course. Combining Thai traditional massage and oil massage, lymph drainage activates the flow of lymph and collects and discharges foreign substances and waste products that are unnecessary for the human body. When the lymph fluid regains its original flow with the therapist's hand technique, the cell's life is restored and rejuvenated.

70min 10,000 JPY

90min 12,000 JPY

120min 16,000 JPY

​ Extend 30min 5,000 JPY

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Oil Massage

Oil and lymphatic drainage massage supplies oxygen to the skin cells, promote cutaneous respiration, and promote normal metabolism. It is recommended for those who are concerned about keratin and dry skin, as it can moisturize and moisturize the skin and make it soft and lively.

60min   8,000 JPY

90min 11,000 JPY

120min 14,000 JPY

​ Extend 30min   4,000 JPY

Staff Requests: 1,000 JPY


History of Traditional Thai Massage

Over the course of many centuries, people living in the villages and temples of Thailand developed a unique type of interactive body-work called Nuad Phaen Boran (Traditional style massage) or Nuat Thai (Thai Massage). 

It is based on the principles if compassion and healing, and it is an amazing synthesis of many different techniques, among them acupressure, stretching, reflexology, herbal medicine, prayer, and meditation. 

Traditional Thai Massage tones the muscles, increases the joints range of motion and balances the flow of energy throughout the body. 

The lineage is traced to Jivaka Komalaboat, also known as Shivago, the personal physician to the Sangha, a friend and physician to the Buddha and renowned as a healer in Buddhist tradition.

Based on a combination of influences from India, China and indigenous Thai traditions, Traditional Thai Medical arts have been handed down through generations, mostly through oral tradition and is practiced across Thailand in various forms today. 

Thai Massage


〒113-0034 東京都文京区湯島3-37-13 TS第7ビル301

TS7Bldg. 301, 3-37-13, Yushima, Bunkyo City, Tokyo, Japan
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JR Yamanote"Okachimachi" Station 5min walk
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line "Ueno-Hirokoji" Station 3min walk

Toei Oedo Line "Ueno Okachimachi" Station 3min walk

Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line "Yushima" Station 3min walk
Keisei Line "Ueno" Station 6min walk

Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line "Naka Okachimachi Station 8min walk

Tel: 080-7336-8002
Open: 12:00~2:00AM
Open Everyday

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